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Football: Denmark quarterback Aaron McLaughlin commits to Auburn
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Denmark quarterback Aaron McLaughlin attempts a pass during spring practice. - photo by Ian Frazer

Aaron McLaughlin is one of the newest names that will grace Denmark's new-look offense this year, but on Tuesday afternoon, he shed some light on what he plans to do after he's finished leading the Danes' spread attack.

In a video shared to his Twitter page, McLaughlin announced his intention to attend Auburn University to play college football.

McLaughlin is the second Denmark football player to commit to the Tigers: His No. 1 target, wide receiver Ze'Vian Capers, announced he was headed to Auburn on July 1. Like Capers, McLaughlin had plenty of college offers from other SEC schools, with Alabama, Ole Miss and Arkansas also vying for his services.

With a 6-foot-4, 225 pound frame, McLaughlin is a natural fit for Denmark's offense, which also added former South Forsyth running back and Virginia Tech commit Jordan Brunson this offseason. McLaughlin was previously a starter at Buford for his last two seasons, where he led the Wolves to a 21-5 overall record.